March 22, 2017

SEC Watchers Say Trump May Not Follow Traditional Party Split on Regulatory Panel

Chicago partner James G. Lundy is quoted in the Investment News article, “SEC watchers say Trump may not follow traditional party split on regulatory panel,” published on March 21, 2017.

With vacancies on the SEC commission, many are speculating as to how President Trump will fill the voids, if at all. He has nominated politically independent Jay Clayton for SEC chairman, but it has yet to be seen in which direction he will go for his other nominees. Jim notes that “Mr. Clayton likely will be viewed as a Republican appointment despite his self-professed independence.”

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